Automobiles

Car Sales Rise with 0% Financing Offers, But Not Near Pre-Pandemic Levels

The U.S. auto industry has found the cure for COVID-19 sales blues: 0% interest for 84 months. In March, the U.S. Federal Reserve, the nation's central bank, cut interest rates to 0-0.25% from 1-1.25% as part of the effort to spur investment and boost consumer spending.
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7 Ways to Cut Down Car Insurance Costs

Discover effective tips and tricks for lowering the astronomical costs of your car insurance.

Florida Man Buries Girlfriend's Car in Dirt

After his girlfriend wouldn't answer his questions, Hunter Mills allegedly used a tractor to dump a giant load of dirt onto the 2010 Cadillac sedan, filling the air vents and open windows.

Newsweek Automotive Consumer Awards

The Newsweek Automotive Consumer Awards recognizes America's favorite vehicle brands. The study is a collaboration between Newsweek and TechnoMetrica.

The Best Cars of 2018

From sensible family runarounds to pumped-up muscle cars, and from $13,000 hatchbacks to $300,000 supercars.

The 2019 Mustang Bullitt Up Close

One sale now: Ford's limited-edition 480-horsepower 2019 Mustang Bullitt, a tribute to the 1968 Mustang GT fastback Steve McQueen drove in the movie "Bullitt".

2018 Best Cars for the Money

When every manufacturer's model line-up looks almost identical but with different features and pricing structures, how do you know which car offers you the most for your money?

Trump Pushes Automakers for New American Plants

The hour-long meeting was the latest sign of Trump's uncommon degree of intervention for a U.S. president into corporate affairs as he has repeatedly pressured automakers and other manufacturers to "buy American and hire American."

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